[zhahk] /ʒɑk/ (Show IPA), (Jacques Androuet) c1510–84, architect, author, and illustrator of architectural books.
his sons, Baptiste
[ba-teest] /baˈtist/ (Show IPA), c1544–1602, and Jacques, died 1614, French architects.
[zhahn] /ʒɑ̃/ (Show IPA), died c1650, architectural designer (son of Baptiste Androuet du Cerceau).
[ahn-droo-e] /ɑ̃ druˈɛ/ (Show IPA), Androuet du Cerceau.
Benedict, 1741–1801, American general in the Revolutionary War who became a traitor. Sir Edwin, 1832–1904, English poet and journalist. Henry H (“Hap”) 1886–1950, U.S. general. Matthew, 1822–88, English essayist, poet, and literary critic. his father, Thomas, 1795–1842, English clergyman, educator, historian, and writer. Thurman Wesley [thur-muh n] /ˈθɜr mən/ (Show IPA), 1891–1969, U.S. lawyer and […]
Bill, pen name of Smith, Charles Henry. Hans [hahns] /hɑns/ (Show IPA), or Jean [zhahn] /ʒɑ̃/ (Show IPA), 1888?–1966, French painter and sculptor. Stock Exchange. adjustable-rate preferred. Historical Examples In the hands of some growers it is thought to be Arp, which it closely resembles. The Peaches of New York U. P. Hedrick Mr. Arp […]
Sir Harry Albert, 1831–92, New Zealand statesman, born in England: prime minister 1876–77, 1883–84, 1887–91. (Justin) Brooks, 1894–1984, U.S. drama critic, journalist, and author. Theodore Francis (“Ted”) 1916–2005, U.S. jockey, born in Canada. Contemporary Examples Barlow was strangely evasive with the police, refusing to confirm he was the person who called Atkinson, yet he obviously […]
Arnold (“Red”) 1917–2006, U.S. basketball coach and manager. Berthold [ber-tohlt] /ˈbɛr toʊlt/ (Show IPA), 1812–82, German novelist. Historical Examples The one bright spot of my morning was that Auerbach hadn’t denied seeing the evidence of the cylinders pointing North. Sense from Thought Divide Mark Irvin Clifton If Auerbach and I reached for them, we would […]